Good Earth Natural Foods, et al. v. Metropolitan Development Commission, et al. - 10/1/14

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Wednesday  October 1, 2014 
1:30 PM  EST

1:30 p.m. 49A04-1403-PL-120. Good Earth Natural Foods and Patrick Skowrenek appeal the dismissal of their complaint for judicial review of a zoning decision made by Metropolitan Development Commission concerning variances sought by Broad Ripple Associates LLC with respect to the potential development of land. At issue are (1) the interpretation of the requirement under I.C. §36-7-4-1613 that, within 30 days of the filing of the complaint, parties must filed the record or seek an extension to do so, and (2) the showing necessary to justify variances from zoning regulation.

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